11 Songs, 39 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The Queens-based outfit’s debut feels like a trove of undiscovered Studio One gems. Aside from their feel for the organic low-fidelity magic of mid-‘60s rocksteady, these simple, twinkling songs strike something raw. In the unforgettable “Dispute,” modest but precisely executed instrumentation leaves plenty of room for singer Dan Klein, whose nakedly yearning vocals become a vessel for tenderness and tragedy.

EDITORS’ NOTES

The Queens-based outfit’s debut feels like a trove of undiscovered Studio One gems. Aside from their feel for the organic low-fidelity magic of mid-‘60s rocksteady, these simple, twinkling songs strike something raw. In the unforgettable “Dispute,” modest but precisely executed instrumentation leaves plenty of room for singer Dan Klein, whose nakedly yearning vocals become a vessel for tenderness and tragedy.

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Ratings and Reviews

5.0 out of 5
30 Ratings
30 Ratings
humble ark jahboo ,

It's a must.

Your collection is not complete without this album. Old school production. Beautifully written lyrics. Craft fully played instruments.

DJ Vessel ,

Perfect.

One Of The Best Reggae Albums Out For 2016.

Sinnep 12333 ,

This is heaaaaatttttt

This album is lovely.

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